CAFNR Food Science Association students help a Columbia-based non-profit group, and a wounded Marine veteran, pack care packages for Marines stationed overseas.
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Students help Purple Heart veteran pack care packages
Enhancing Missouri agriculture never tasted so good
Missourians use autumn as an excuse to revel in wine-filled times with good friends. While they celebrate, University of Missouri researchers work to improve vineyards and the fruits of their labor.
Hotel CEO shares business plan insights with hospitality students
Chuck Drury, president of Drury Hotels, gave CAFNR hospitality management students an inside look at how a company can achieve success by focusing on making its clients happy.
New computer models help concentrated
animal producers improve air quality
Teng Teeh Lim recently received a $50,000 Mizzou Advantage grant to develop a computer model that allows large producers to use the size and other simple information about their swine or dairy farm to give them a better idea of the amount of emissions and what they can do to address odor or emission issues.
Student and faculty member in Hospitality Management receive recognition at recent international conferences
Dr. Seonghee Cho, associate professor in Hospitality Management, received a “best paper” award for her research related to human resource management in the hotel industry. Dr. Cho received the Best Paper Award at the International Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Education (ICHRIE). A total of 200 papers were accepted to be presented at the […]
Switch to Hospitality Management reflects growth and opportunity in industry
The last few years have been dismal for college graduates looking for work. A National Association of Colleges and Employers student survey shows that just 41 percent of graduating seniors in 2011 left campus with an offer for employment. A program within the University of Missouri's College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources is doing better. CAFNR's hotel and restaurant management program has an almost 100 percent placement rate, Jim Groves, hospitality management chair said.